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A2SEA has installed over 50 per cent of the world’s wind turbines and is widely seen as the provider of choice in its industry 
So we are absolutely honoured that they selected Pearson Electrical as their preferred electrical maintenance and installation team for the Dudgeon wind farm project off the East Coast. 
 
We are on call 24-7 to handle and planned and reactive maintenance and installations on their enormous Sea Challenger and Sea Installer vessels, as well as the impressive onshore and marine infrastructure that feeds their work. 
 
A2SEA is the offshore wind industry’s most experienced provider of foundation transport and installation, turbine transport and installation, and operations and maintenance logistics. 
 
And the company, whose local base is at the Siemens site in east Hull, has a powerful ethos based around an outstanding commitment to safety, good teamwork, efficiency and effective cost control. 
We took on a three-year electrical upgrade and maintenance contract with City Cruises York following their acquisition by London-based City Cruises in 2017. City Cruises operates the largest fleet of tourist boats on the River Thames, alongside another, smaller operation in Poole, Dorset. 
And we were proud to support the York operator’s exciting plans to capitalise on the wider reach of its new sister company, to attract significantly more customers – and ultimately more visitors to York. 
 
Formerly known as YorkBoat, City Cruises York already had an outstanding safety record, and was fully compliant with Maritime and Coastguard Agency standards for electrical components and wiring on its vessels. However, for consistency, they decided to upgrade to comply with the more stringent standards operated by the Port of London Authority, which is the benchmark used by its new owners. 
 
And this is where they decided to get us involved. So far, we have carried out a full electrical rewire on its River Prince Vessel. The other four boats – River King, River Duchess, River Palace and Captain James Cook – have undergone a partial overhaul, with plans to fully rewire all of them this winter. 
The UK’s fishing industry is experiencing its most optimistic times for decades. 
As a result, Whitby-based Parkol Marine Engineering needed specialist marine and hazardous area electrical contract support to help them keep pace with demand. Hence why they approached us. 
 
Post-Brexit optimism, burgeoning fish stocks and positive trading conditions are contributing to Parkol’s busiest times ever, with its business levels up by 50 per cent. 
 
Usually building two boats a year, they’re now on their third of 2017 already – and are already booked for build and maintenance work into 2018 – and we are helping them with maintenance and installs aboard their vessels. 
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